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Re: Why is WWE allowed to revise history regarding Warrior and Fingerpoke of Doom?
Originally Posted by Charlie Bronson
Yeah, but Savage was better than Flair at that age. Plus, May '99 Nash started booking himself to win the WCW title and I think that might have done some damage.
Did damage to what?
And IIRC, Savage worked a handful of matches from June 1998 to the end of WCW, due to being sideline after 2 knee operations. You surely can't say he was a better wrestler, as he rarely wrestled.
And what did Nash booking do damage to? Because Nash dropped the belt to Savage 2 months later and just like his previous PPV title win over a year before, lost it the next night to Hogan. So, how can we blame Nash for that?